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    difference between "sorry for" and "sorry to"

    For instance
    sorry for being late
    sorry to be late

    i cant quite tell the difference between them....

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    Re: difference between "sorry for" and "sorry to"

    Quote Originally Posted by terrorist View Post
    For instance
    sorry for being late
    sorry to be late

    i cant quite tell the difference between them....


    I'm not a teacher, but it is apparently correct

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